... *is* possible!
over 2 years ago
Hell yes it is.
(Also, can’t wait to see this!)
Ooh, spot the incremental rhythm! Nice.
Looks awesome. Also looking forward to seeing this.
Thanks mate. Sadly, this is the one that I didn't quite manage to get working with a fluid grid in the end, so it's adaptive rather than fully responsive. Maybe when it's finished you can take a look and let me know if I'm being stupid about not fluid-i-fying it! :)
Of course it is.
Was there doubt that this was possible? Not suggesting it would be easy, but...
Awesome & totally possible! I'm not sure if it was smart or not, but I rolled one based on 18px and some sensible line-height for full width, and then one for 16px at narrower widths for ye olde blog.
This is the one thing that web typography desperately needs and can’t wait to see you working solution. I’ve been working on something similar myself. Because I design in multiples of 5, I design everything to a 5px baseline grid. My font line heights are also multiples of 5.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this process Elliot and dribbblers?
Nice, are you using pixels or ems?
Almost there, it looks like every second line on the left does not share the baseline?
@Bjarni Wark It's incremental leading. Read Mark Boulton's terrific post on the subject: http://www.markboulton.co.uk/journal/comments/incremental-leading
@Alexis, thanks but whats the main benefit of it?
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